Thursday, December 27, 2007

New pics!




I'm updating my marketing images, and here are two of my new portraits.


For nearly six years, my day job has been in the portrait photography industry. I'm a firm believer that the way you present yourself in your marketing materials helps to establish your professionalism in the eyes of the beholder. Everyone needs a touch of digital artwork to make them look their best--and it's cheaper than plastic surgery. But for the love of all goodness, please, please don't go all glamour shots on us. Hey, I've been around for a few decades, and I've earned my laugh lines. I'm keeping them in my images.

My new images were done by my friend Pauline Fortuna of Fat Tuna Photography.

11 comments:

Kay said...

I noticed your new profile shot on my comments.
I think they're gorgeous!
I like the top one best.

Although, I like your foot peeking out in the bottom one. :)

Were those done in a studio? They look like they are outdoors.

Megan DiMaria said...

Thanks for the kind words, Kay. The photo session was at a park in town.

~Megan

Anonymous said...

Looks great, Megan! Want to come set up some shots for me? I'm sooo unphotogenic... *sigh*

Kim S.

Jan Parrish said...

Great pix! Love 'em.

Heather said...

Lookin' good!
I like the second one the best--has more personality, I think, like you were caught hiding with a book.

Dawn said...

I like them both! I don't see a lot of glamour shots lately, and I am very thankful. :-)

tonya said...

They look great!

Jenny said...

Lookin' good, girl!
I like both shots and can see using them both for different purposes.
BTW, you are so photogenic!

Megan DiMaria said...

Thanks. You're all sweet.

And Jenny--photogenic? No. But that's the value of a good photographer and digital artist.

Megan

Tiff (Amber Miller) Stockton said...

Gorgeous, gal! Looking good! I'm with Heather. I like the second one best. Shows more of your personality. :)

Wish I could pull shots like those off without looking like a teenager. It'll serve me well in my older years, but looking so young now isn't helping my marketing image. Folks never believe I'm over 30. (sigh)

Ane Mulligan said...

I love them, Megan! I also agree that we don't want to change the way we look, jsut present the BEST us. :o)

I've seen authors' photos on books where they look great, then when I met the author, it's obvious the photo is at least 20 years old. I don't want to do that.

But after seeing how great yours look (I love smile lines) I'm going to make an appointment.